Skills Coordinator for Digital Medicines Manufacturing (391567)
 

Salary range: £33,309 - £40,927
FTE: 1 (35 hours per week)
Term: Fixed (until  29/03/2025)
Closing date: 13/10/2021

CMAC is a world leading medicines manufacturing research centre that hosts a portfolio of collaborative research programmes aimed to transform the development and manufacture of medicines (www.cmac.ac.uk). Building on our long-standing partnerships with a wide range of pharmaceutical manufacturers, technology providers and leading universities, we are establishing a new EPSRC-funded Centre focussed on enabling digital transformation. The Made Smarter Innovation – Digital Medicines Manufacturing Research Centre (DM²) is a 3.5-year programme that will accelerate the adoption of industrial digital technologies (IDTs) in the pharma sector across five core Platforms covering data, advanced manufacturing, digital QC, patient centric supply and networking and skills. The DM² Centre connects a leading multidisciplinary team of researchers across Strathclyde, Loughborough and Cambridge universities with leading digital technology providers, medicines manufacturers and healthcare providers, to drive a digital transformation in medicines manufacturing.

The five integrated Platforms designed by the academic and industrial researcher partners are: (1) The Data Platform; (2) Autonomous MicroScale Manufacturing Platform; (3) Digital Quality Control Platform; (4) Adaptive Digital Supply Platform; and (5) The DM² Network & Skills Platform.

This ambitious programme is supported by a large team of Post-doctoral Research Associates, Research Technicians and management staff to plan, deliver and disseminate the ambitious research, networking and training activities.

Critical to the success of the post will be delivery of continued education of data skills and use of developed IDTs developed in this project to the medicines manufacturing and digital manufacturing communities. We therefore seek applicants for a Skills Coordinator position that will be based at the University of Strathclyde. This post is suitable for those seeking a challenging role and who have a good degree in a relevant subject area (Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences or related discipline) with appropriate experience in teaching or training, ideally in a multi-partner project environment.

You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to demonstrate prioritisation and scheduling of your own workload. Excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills will be essential.

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Dr Andrea Johnston, CMAC Programme Manager, andrea.johnston@strath.ac.uk.

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Faculty
Faculty of Science
Department/School
Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences
Staff Category
Administrative and Professional Services
Type of Employment
Fixed-term
Working Hours
Full-time
 
Salary range: £33,309 - £40,927
FTE: 1 (35 hours per week)
Term: Fixed (until  29/03/2025)
Closing date: 13/10/2021

CMAC is a world leading medicines manufacturing research centre that hosts a portfolio of collaborative research programmes aimed to transform the development and manufacture of medicines (www.cmac.ac.uk). Building on our long-standing partnerships with a wide range of pharmaceutical manufacturers, technology providers and leading universities, we are establishing a new EPSRC-funded Centre focussed on enabling digital transformation. The Made Smarter Innovation – Digital Medicines Manufacturing Research Centre (DM²) is a 3.5-year programme that will accelerate the adoption of industrial digital technologies (IDTs) in the pharma sector across five core Platforms covering data, advanced manufacturing, digital QC, patient centric supply and networking and skills. The DM² Centre connects a leading multidisciplinary team of researchers across Strathclyde, Loughborough and Cambridge universities with leading digital technology providers, medicines manufacturers and healthcare providers, to drive a digital transformation in medicines manufacturing.

The five integrated Platforms designed by the academic and industrial researcher partners are: (1) The Data Platform; (2) Autonomous MicroScale Manufacturing Platform; (3) Digital Quality Control Platform; (4) Adaptive Digital Supply Platform; and (5) The DM² Network & Skills Platform.

This ambitious programme is supported by a large team of Post-doctoral Research Associates, Research Technicians and management staff to plan, deliver and disseminate the ambitious research, networking and training activities.

Critical to the success of the post will be delivery of continued education of data skills and use of developed IDTs developed in this project to the medicines manufacturing and digital manufacturing communities. We therefore seek applicants for a Skills Coordinator position that will be based at the University of Strathclyde. This post is suitable for those seeking a challenging role and who have a good degree in a relevant subject area (Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences or related discipline) with appropriate experience in teaching or training, ideally in a multi-partner project environment.

You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to demonstrate prioritisation and scheduling of your own workload. Excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills will be essential.

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Dr Andrea Johnston, CMAC Programme Manager, andrea.johnston@strath.ac.uk.

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